Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by mikey, Feb 23, 2006.
OH Wow! 550 people think the war was a mistake. Bring'em home the gang of 550 has spoken, and when did they start giving phones to the homeless in San Francisco?
So polls are only accurate and worth your attention if they ask all 270,000,000 of us? They'd better get started polling who should be president in 2036 right away then.
I suspect after this wave of violence in Iraq this week the numbers will continue to increase and this administration will dismiss all polls and continue on their tunnel vision path.
Well, i can make up my own poll:
" 100% think Al Gore should be imprisoned for treason"
(2 people were polled)
Gore/Sheehan/Michale Moore all in the same cell. I find it unbelieveable that there are still "whack job democrats" that want this "Deranged Nut Idiot" to run again in 2008. (He'd get the Muslim Vote)
Mikey and his band of poll driven cassandras would have been comfortable during the Revolutionary War which was opposed by a strong majority of colonists. Then, like now, they would be on the wrong side.
Actually it shows that we're in the majority, which is really what irks you and your ilk. We have common cause with the revolutionaries: to rip the power from King George.
I could care less about Gallup polls.
Here's a clue for YOUR ilk, you just might want to worry about those 'polls' in November.
WWIII was started on 9/11 2001, it will continue for many years to come, not with Iraq but with the "Muslim* Religion"
We are the Hated Infedels.
Life In Prison For Pedophiles.
I only worry if Diebold again comes to your rescue.
Losers are the ones with the excuses, Peyton Manning and John Kerry must be related somehow.
Polls are flawed, for one reason. The pollsters are centered in major population centers. The majority of their sample comes from these same centers. Creates a biased poll result.
This war is not a mistake, nor is it for the reasons most think, as I have asserted before. Here's a link for a little food for thought....
http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/MFAArchiv... Support for and Encouragement of Palestinian
Another person who thinks that the 'X-Files' is nuanced societal commentary. Get a grip.
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